Go Gas-Free With These 6 Alternative Fuels

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Electric vehicles are becoming more prominent on U.S. roadways. While electricity could be considered an alternative fuel, it’s only one of many ways to reduce dangerous emissions from the use of fossil fuels in transportation. For generations, automakers and energy researchers have been exploring a range of alternative fuels – many of which deserve continued investigation.

The list includes biodiesel, compressed natural gas, ethanol, hydrogen, liquefied natural gas, and liquefied petroleum gas. What is the source of the fuels? How practically could we shift to them on a meaningful scale? Which ones will work in the car in your driveway? Here’s a quick look at the options.